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Dea Lacey is on the run. Scared and alone, she has to protect her endangered nephew. If she can find Garrett's father, perhaps he'll keep the boy safe and learn to love the child she'd trade her life to keep.
Jesse McTavish has lost his family. Abandoning his faith, the seeds of destruction are sown. As he struggles with grief, the last thing he needs is a woman showing up with a child who's the mirror image of his dead son. But he can neither ignore nor reject the woman and child who threaten to break through the protective shield he's built around his heart.
Through the ensuing storm of pain and loss, Christmas teaches Dea and Jesse about faith and forgiveness.
Sanctuary may be what we ask for, but God gives us so much more.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Tuesday, 14 February 2012)
I enjoyed so many aspects about this book. Dea Lacey has raised her young nephew, Garrett, since birth, without finalized adoption papers. When
Garrett’s mother terrorizes them, Dea takes off with Garrett, her only concern protecting her little boy while she tries to find his father. She’s
determined to find a safe haven for Garrett, even if it means prison for her. rnrnWith the devastating loss of his wife and son two years before,
Pastor Jesse McTavish rejects his faith and the ministry. When Dea shows up with Garrett, a replica of his dead son, Jesse dives back into his grief
and rejects them. Ms. Stahel does a fantastic job showing Jesse’s transformation from pain and grief to love and life. rnrnChristmas Sanctuary is
246 pages of emotion-packed romance mingled with a message of faith and forgiveness that kept me turning the pages, never quite knowing what to
expect. I enjoyed Jesse’s transformation, the conne
email@example.com (Friday, 06 January 2012)
Beautiful, beautiful story! So well written. Characters well developed with lots of interaction between main characters, which I always love. Having
come through some very difficult, heart breaking times myself the past 20 years, I loved seeing the way Jesse finds his way back to God, his faith,
and to love. DO NOT MISS READING THIS BOOK! I loved it and could not stop reading until the very end, then wished it went on longer.